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  1. Google April Fools' Pranks 2013: YouTube Closing, Google Nose, Gmail Blue & More!

    For those in Australia who want to turn their house into "virtual artwork" on Street View, Google has unveiled Google SCHMICK – the Simple Complete House Makeover Internet Conversion Kit. And now it's finally time to pick the winner, the YouTube...

  2. Google, Bing & Yahoo Tracking the 2012 Presidential Election Results

    House of Representatives results by searching for [New York U.S. House Results] and get results in real-time. In the program announcement, YouTube News Whether you’re vlogging about which candidate you support, capturing footage of the long line at...

  3. 5 Invaluable (And Free!) Tools Every Online Marketer Should Get to Know

    Whether you’re an agency reporting to a client or an in-house employee reporting to your CEO, don’t underestimate the power of gorgeous data visualizations. Wicked fast image optimizations, great for everything from Facebook Ads to blog posts

  4. Google April Fools' Day Pranks 2012: 8-Bit Maps, Chrome Multitask Mode & More!

    The White House and Washington Monument In a post on the YouTube Blog, Chet Flanagan, director of DVD product management, asked, “Loved a video so much that liking it, favoriting it, sharing it and even subscribing to the channel wasn’t enough?

  5. Nomenclature: The Industry Case For and Against SEO

    Which one of those goofs is getting into your house? The overall impression I’m getting from many interviews, conference sessions, in-person conversations (yes, they still happen the odd time), forums, blog posts and comments, etc.is that no one is...

  6. SOPA Explained: Why It’s Bad for the Web & How to #StopSOPA

    Congress cannot stand by and do nothing while some of America's most profitable and productive industries are under attack," said his statement responding to the White House. Lamar Smith, its chief sponsor, vowing to bring it back for markup in...

  7. In Google We Trust (Your Identity)

    According to the White House Blog Post of October 14, 2011, Google, PayPal and Equifax are the first three official, federally credentialed, Identity Providers of the NSTICs (National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace) Identity Ecosystem.

  8. Google+: Apps Support, Sergey Brin's Addiction, Real Names and Identity Provider Accreditation

    An October 14th White House blog post reveals that Google has “recently” had their credentialing solutions certified to meet federal security and privacy requirements. Users will be allowed to use pseudonyms soon, as Google plans to relax their...